Music and Lyrics by:
Roger Miller Book by William Hauptman Adapted from the novel by Mark Twain
Director- Kristy Meanor, Musical Director-Randy Foster and Choreographer-Daniel Harms
In Roger Miller and William Hauptman's musical adaptation of Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, rebellious teenager Huck takes off on a raft with runaway slave Jim, encountering conmen, an orphaned family and bigotry along the way. Toe taping music combined with a classic story make this a perfect season opener of this beloved revival!
February 6-7, 13-15, 20-22. All at 730pm
February 9 and 16. 2pm
Join us on Saturday February 8 at 7pm for the
Depot's 40th Birthday Party!
Join us if you have ever been on stage, helped behind the scenes, or volunteered in anyway! Come celebrate 40 years of your community theatre! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
In honor of our 40th Anniversary, we encourage a donation of $40, or any amount you wish. Your contribution will help us preserve this community treasure and open its doors for minimal ticket prices so that all may experience its magic!
In 1980, a small group of visionary theatre folks had the idea to start a community theatre in a historic train depot. Those original founders ( many of whom are around today) will tell you that they never dreamed the theatre would still be around 40 years later and now be one of the Grand Dames of Alabama theatre scene.
Help us make the next 40 years grand! Your $40-4-40 Years will help pay the royalties for our upcoming season. Your name will featured on on 40th Anniversary Hall of Fame during the run of our 40 Anniversary Season!
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